Ammonia, ammonium hydroxide and pyridine are examples of weak chemical bases. A weak base can be identified by the fact that it only partially ionizes when mixed with a water-based solution. The anions of weak acids, whi... More »

NH3 is not a strong base. A weak base is defined as a base that does not completely dissociate into ions when in a solution. Weak bases are also known as weak electrolytes and reactions with them are reversible. More »

Ammonia, a gaseous compound of one nitrogen atom bound to three hydrogen atoms, is not a strong base. It is a weaker base that generally must react with water before it reacts with an acid. Before it neutralizes acids in... More »

Ammonia, a gaseous compound of one nitrogen atom bound to three hydrogen atoms, is not a strong base. It is a weaker base that generally must react with water before it reacts with an acid. Before it neutralizes acids in... More »

Ammonia is a weak base. At room temperature, it is a colorless gas with a pungent odor. Ammonia has a pH of about 11.0 on the pH scale. More »

Acids and bases differ in chemical structure and reactions, pH level and taste. When interacting with phenolphthalein and litmus, each changes to a different color. Substances with a pH greater than seven are basic and t... More »

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Sodium acid pyrosphosphate is a water-soluble chemical used in the food industry to prevent rapid changes in the acidity of a solution when other acids or bases are added. Also known as disodium pyrophosphate, it is used... More »